Good Morning to you! I hope this finds you energized for this new month of February. Yesterday, with millions of other Americans, we watched the Superbowl. To be honest we weren't pulling for either team; there are good players on both teams. We went to our neighbors to watch the game. It was a good game and I truly believed the Seahawks would win, that is until the last seconds. We were so unhappy with the fight at the end of the game!
I will say that there were only a couple of commercials that we liked-our #1 was the puppy and the Clydesdale horses. Love it! Hope they keep making these commercials, even though they don't use the horses for parades any longer. We didn't like the Half Time show; seems they just don't have good shows like they used to decades ago(o.k. so I'm showing my age).
One show, after the game, that we loved was the special Jimmy Fallon show in Phoenix last night. We watch him during the week and were pleased with the part of the show we watched last night. If you missed it Fallon, Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart had a lip sync sing off; it was hysterical!
This week is very busy for me~lots of appointments and getting ready for next Monday. I want to talk to my next door neighbor, who was a labor/delivery nurse(now retired) and worked with one of my Dr.'s. Because it has been 33 yrs since I had my youngest daughter, I need to brush up on how to move after the surgery. When my first daughter was born, the nurses never showed me how to move after a csection. By the second surgery, the nurses showed me and it made such a huge difference. I'm also going to ask her if she has any tips for my recovery at home; I do know I need to drink lots of water, get off of pain pills as soon as possible and walk as often as I can. I am setting realistic goals for myself and will adjust them as I go. Nothing major-just walking etc. I know it will be hard not being able to drive for a month and a half; thankfully I have a hubby who is more than willing to drive me, as well as friends who will take me anywhere. I am thinking it may be summer before I feel back to normal or better.
I hope you have a great day today; enjoy life.
Joy to you!
Grace at Home No. 305
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